Liina-Ly Roos started the topic CFP for MLA 2025: The Future Library, Invisible Archive? in the discussion CLCS Nordic on MLA Commons 1 month ago
2024 marks ten years since the creation of Future Library (2014-2114, Katie Paterson), a multisite artwork that comprises a forest in Norway, an anthology of literature by world renowned authors to be kept secret until its publication in 2114, and a reading room inside Deichman public library where the manuscripts are housed. In conjunction with…[Read more]
Fatma Fulya Tepe started the topic new article: Osman Hamdi Bey – an Ottoman Orientalist or a Humanist Ottoman? in the discussion CLCS Nordic on MLA Commons 2 months, 4 weeks ago
Emeritus Prof. Dr. Per Bauhn from Linnaeus University, Sweden published an article titled “Osman Hamdi Bey – an Ottoman Orientalist or a Humanist Ottoman?” in Nordic Review of Iconography. I present the abstract of this article below and the article can be downloaded for free from the link below.…[Read more]
Jenna Coughlin started the topic Suggestions for 2024 CLCS Nordic Executive Council Member in the discussion CLCS Nordic on MLA Commons 1 year, 1 month ago
The current members of the Executive Council for the CLCS Nordic Forum are seeking nominations and/or self-nominations for a 2024 Executive Council appointee. Rather than holding elections as in the past, the Executive Council is responsible for nominating a new member whose term will begin Monday, 8 January 2024. Executive Council members serve…[Read more]
Registration is open for the IONA conference on early medieval Britain, Ireland, and Scandinavia. The conference is interdisciplinary, experimental, and collaborative. Seminars, labs, and workshops open to all registrants and there are four great headlining plenaries. Please consider coming to Vancouver in the spring to take…[Read more]
Rebecca Jane Stanton started the topic CFP for MLA 2019: The Global Far North: Arctic Literatures in the discussion Scandinavian Languages and Literatures on MLA Commons 5 years, 11 months ago
The Global Far North: Arctic Literatures
The Global South has challenged Eurocentric narratives; what of the Global (Extreme) North? Colonial encounters; environmental extremes; imperial and indigenous literatures in the Arctic.
200-word abstract and CV or brief bio to Rebecca Stanton (email@example.com) by March 18.
(Sponsored by LLC Russian…[Read more]
Here’s a key paragraph:
“This chapter will be an exploration of the heritage function of Vikings in America. It will look at their presumptive whiteness, from the early nineteenth century, through the real mania for all things Viking in the mid to late nineteenth century, and on to present day fascinations with the Norse in popular music,…[Read more]